Ülker is a Turkish multinational food and beverage manufacturer based in Istanbul, Turkey. Founded in 1944 by brothers Sabri and Asim Ülker, whose parents immigrated to Turkey from Crimea. The company’s humble beginnings included a small bakery.
Later in 1948, a factory was opened with a further expansion happening in the 1970s, with Ülker beginning to export to the Middle East market, including chocolate, manufacturing and packaging. By the end of the 20th century, Ülker was manufacturing margarine, vegetable oil, and dairy products, diversifying into carbonated beverages in 2003 and adding Turkish coffee, ice cream, baby food to its range.
Ülker offering & operations
Today, Ülker provides products to 110 countries and its main product portfolio includes biscuits, cookies, crackers and chocolate. One of its most important products includes Cola Turka, introduced in 2003. In 2007, Ülker also acquired Godiva Chocolatier from the Campbell Soup Company for $850 million.
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